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Andrew Mackenzie
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Must admit it's fun to watch the chocolate fuelled mayhem. Proud that the boys were helpful and generous with the smaller kids and the weather couldn't be better. #happyeaster
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How insanely happy am at right now? #fireplace #easterbreak #elmhirstresort
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You must be finally warm ;)
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Love this sentiment although I think it should be for a piccola of vino.  Found it on the menu at Ascari in Leslieville. Lovely, lovely little pasta bistro with beautiful wines and the most unassumingly nice staff. No wonder this has become a viticultural hotspot drawing wine makers from Pelee, to Niagara, to Prince Edward County. #localfood   #irunforwine  
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+Rebecca LeHeup I was just searching for a tech photo for a project and found this one that I like to call "future boys". #futureboys  
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Love this picture!!
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+Rebecca LeHeup I fear this may be the last year for Easter Egg hunts with true believers. #happyeaster
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Don't worry with unbelivers is still awesome fun... 
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If you are a marketer--you may want to read and use this. #thinkinsights
 
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I remember distinctly as a kid dropping my Rubik's Cube and watching in horror as it smashed into 27 pieces! I've relived this with my smartphone enough that the innovation I'm most interested in may be integrity rather than modularity. This said, I'd never underestimate the power of personalization. #ara
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Two generations of passionate, whip-smart LeHeups. #fatherdaughter   #momentsthatmatter  
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Yup, pretty much sums up the feelings of all Torontonians this morning. #dreamingofawhiteeaster   #aprilsnow  
 
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    Sometimes Creative Director, 2011 - present
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Lifelong passion for ideas. Sometimes Creative Director with Google with minor in economics and hotdogs.
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Hi, I'm Andrew Mackenzie. I split my time between Toronto, Canada where I work and live with my lovely partner Rebecca, and our chicken coop in the Sandbanks Provincial Park. The park is located in Prince Edward County where our wonderful boys can often be found poking a campfire or burying each other on the beach. 
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    Commerce & Economics, 1987 - 1991
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Third Toronto location (College and Roncesvalles no 1 & 2) for this simple, Italian focused family food resto. Think Burgers Priest, or Porchetta of Italian but not as sandwich focused as the timeless California's but popular and neighborhoody.
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Another addition to the Table 17 collection of Leslieville spots. Unlike its sibling Ascari which shares a strong culinary pedigree with T17, a restaurant with thoughtful, talented kitchen, Hi-Lo is a small, quirky bar. Think dive-themed with requisite pinball machine and 80's arcade games. Smart cocktails, local craft beers, smarter than the average bar staff and a collection of hipster parents with a sitter and date-night, or on the prowl for the next ex. Fun.
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Lovely, lovely little pasta bistro with beautiful wines and the most unassumingly nice staff. No wonder this has become a viticultural hotspot drawing wine makers from Pelee, to Niagara, to Prince Edward County.
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Beautiful little take-out sandwich shop on Dundas West. Bright, simple, with clever design, a nice place to wait a few minutes while the professional kitchen staff craft creative little sammies--I just had their Nicoise Salad sandwich with a killer olive oil spread, dee-lish. Their "cookie" case is stocked with a lovely selection of non-non-gluten baked goods that look as good as they taste. No trace of hipster attitude although they could easily "hip-out" without effort and I'd probably endure the tedium for just one more meal.
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Unusual local pub. Watch sports on many screens in a relatively upscale and this big and busy Leslieville joint. Chicken wings are big and few and not what you may have expected, brunch is popular and the Bev menu is broader than most. Wouldn't say it has character but you won't fear bringing the kids.
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LESLIEVILLE LOCATION: Exotic, beautiful, delicious dishes humanly served in a gorgeous space. Also around the corner from our house so there's that too.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This west, west Mother India offshoot is well worth the drive. Awesome traditional East Indian rotis freshly made and packaged for convenient grab-and-go. My favorite is the Chicken Korma but anecdotally any choice is deliciously rewarded. Even the visit to its Mimico neighborhood is a bit of a timewarp as it still retains that feeling that you've arrived in a different place, in a different time.
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